Software :: Convert Screen.log And Putty.log Files Into Readable Files

Mar 20, 2011

I have screen.log and putty.log files which has keystrokes characters like ^M, Esc,@ is in unreadable format. How i can convert it to human readable format?os is rhel 5.2.

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Fedora :: Convert Mkv Files To Any Format Readable?

Nov 11, 2010

I am running my fedora box as a media server and my xbox (sorry) doesn't see mkv files and I have been looking for a while for a way to convert the mkv files to any format readable any ideas?

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Software :: Convert PocketWord PWI Files To Something Readable?

Mar 16, 2010

Is there a way in Linux to convert PocketWord .PWI files to something readable? The Synce site points to be a program called pwi2html, but the hosting site seems to be defunct.

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: PACPL - Pearl Audio Converter - Convert Wav Files To Wma Files ?

Jan 30, 2011

I have installed this program ok but I am new to command lines in terminal.

I want to convert some wav files to wma files. I have the wav files currently in a folder called Test to make it easy. So I have entered the following command line:

ajpearson@ajpearson-laptop:~/Desktop/pacpl-4.0.5$ pacpl --to wma home/ajpearson/Desktop/Test and the error message I get is:

error: the following is not a file or directory: home/ajpearson/Desktop/Test

It does not matter what directory I use I get the same error. I am sure the answer is obvious - but not t me.

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General :: Convert Open Office (odt) Files To Text Files?

May 25, 2011

How do you convert Open Office (ODT) documents to Text files?
I have made a report using libre office. Now I wish to continue editing the document using lyx (latex front end). So the ODT file needs to be saved as some .tex file.

I don't see an option to do this in File menu (export/save as). So is there any other plugin to do this?

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General :: Convert Many Files To Individual .bz2 Files Retaining Original Name?

Mar 28, 2010

i have a large directory of .bsp files that i would like to convert .bz2 archives. I've been searching for some time and all i can find is the obvious compress multiple files into one large archive. If anyone knows how to convert each file individually, while retaining the original file name (testmap.bsp would be archived as testmap.bsp.bz2)

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: Convert Mp3 Files Into Files With The M4a Extension??

Sep 21, 2010

how to convert mp3 files into files with the m4a extension? Need to get music files to be recognized by my DSi.

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Programming :: Convert RTF Files To MS Word Files Using Java?

Sep 19, 2010

In my application I came across a new requirement where I have to convert RTF files to Word and PDF formatted files. I am searching for an API using which my java application can able to convert the above specified formats.

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OpenSUSE Hardware :: CD / DVD Is Mounted But Files Are Not Readable

Mar 30, 2010

I have a little problem using CDs or DVDs. If I put a disc in my DVD-Recorder it is mounted and the content of the disc is shown in dolphin (or any other programm for that matter). The names and attributes (size, date etc) of the folders and files are all correctly shown - except it is a multisession-disc, then there are only files of one of the sessions (probably the first) shown. The permissions say that the files are readable (user is my useraccount and group is "root").However, if I try to open a file on the disc, the program (for example sm-player if it is a video) freezes or displays a message that the file is corrupted (for example open office if it is a textfile).Trying to copy a file from the disc to the harddrive results in an error that the file is not readable, but there is a file created on the harddrive - it has the correct name but the size is 0B.Burning a disc with k3b creates also an error, although the disc is correctly recognized - but as soon as the burning should start an error occurs.I'm pretty sure that it is not an hardware-issue, since this DVD-Drive has worked fine under openSUSE11.1-32bit and it still works if I put a bootable disc in. There is no problem runnig a live-CD and I had no problems with the drive when I installed the very same system that I'm working with from a disc.Logging in as root doesn't change a thing.

I tried to search if this problem was solved before, but all I found were problems where the disc-drive wouldn't mount at all ... so please, if anyone knows a solution or at least a place where I can found one - I really have no idea what to do about this.

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General :: Files Not World-readable On CD (Ubuntu)?

Aug 31, 2010

I got a CD of JPG files from a photographer. Some of the files are not readable on my Ubuntu machine (they show up as X icons in the Nautilus file browser). I figured out that the reason is that they are not "world-readable" (and also not "group-readable") and they are owned by a user that does not exist on my machine. I am able to work around it by doing sudo nautilus Is there any easier way to do this? I am thinking some setting I can make on my system relating to the CD driver works?

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Software :: Why Have To Make Files World Readable?

Mar 17, 2011

Linux permissions have always frustrated me. They are really annoying to work with and very unversatile compared to NTFS.Here's my current situation, and I don't understand what's going on here.

I have a server with a smb share, a user on another machine is in the group that is assigned to those files. The files are chmodded 770. If the user is in that group then technically that user should have access to those files... but it does not. If I chmod to 775 then the user has access. WTF? Why? I don't care given it's a local server, but still, if I have to make files world readable for a single user to have access even though I granted those rights through the filesystem and through samba, then that's a huge security issue, and it's no wonder we're not seeing Linux used for enterprise file servers.

Another thing that pisses me off with linux permissions is when a new file is created, the permissions arn't inherited. This folder gets lot of data added to it but it defaults to whatever the default permissions are. I need to run a script to periodicly fix all the permissions. To me this is really messy.

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Software :: Convert PCL-files To TIFF-files?

Jan 13, 2010

Does anybody know a way to convert PCL-files to TIFF-files?

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Ubuntu :: Creating Readable File From Multiple Html Files

Oct 2, 2010

Here is the deal: my school purchased a test prep which they distributed to us, the only problem is that it is for windows. When I try to run the exe in wine the program windows pops up but the screen is blank (i can see the menu bar and and the title bar). It appears that most of the information is located in a folder as html files (separated into chapters for each section) with links to all the figures/tables/questions
(also html files). This morning I have been trying to find a way to compile the html files into a format that I can read without having to hunt for each individual html file. I tried navigating with firefox but had to change each individual link before I could do that (very time consuming), I tried using doxygen (the GUI front end) to convert it to Latex/rtf/html/xml (all the formats) but did not have any success (It could be that I am using the app wrong). I tried opening some java applications found within the application data folder in hopes that it would bring up the navigator without success. And even tried installing java in wine (unsuccessfully) to see if that was the missing key to run the program in wine.

My question is, do I just have to fork out the $500+ that it would cost me to purchase the books instead of using the school provided program (free to us)? or is there a relatively simple way to compile these files into a format that could be readable.

tl;dr - have multiple html files for a windows native program that won't run on wine that I would like to convert to a more easily readable format (i.e. chm, pdf, etc), is it possible?the program was legally acquired through my school, I did not download or pirate it. I am not looking to distribute it, just looking to use it for my own studying purposes without spending $500+ or buying a windows license/computer.

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Ubuntu Security :: KeePassX Files Easily Readable With Text Editor

May 19, 2011

I have noticed and this now worries me, if I export a KeePassX xml file then open it with a text editor I can see all my �private� details.Just tested it on my old desktop with Slitaz and open the exported file with leafpad text editor and I can see my details just the same.Previously I used RoboForm and when viewing an exported file in the same way you could not make out any of my details. Is KeePassX designed this way or have I not used KeePassX correctly.I have posted this on KeePassX forum and emailed them direct with no response so far.Ubuntu 11.04.

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Software :: Convert A Bunch Of .ogg Files To Mp3 To Play On IPod - Unable To Convert With Sound Converter?

May 3, 2009

I have Ubuntu 9.04 and just installed Sound Converter. I am trying to convert a bunch of .ogg files to mp3 to play on my iPod and it's not working so well. In the Sound Converter options I have is set to convert to high quality mp3. I choose the folder that the files are in and after a moment (slow laptop) Sound Converter populates, I hit 'convert' and it shows that the conversion completes in two seconds. All that it did was create the new folder structure of artist/album but there is nothing in there. Not sure what I am missing. I used Sound Converter before and it worked fine.

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General :: Using Convert From Imagemagick Package To Convert Multiple Jpg Files?

Jul 18, 2010

I'm trying to use convert, I have installed the imagemagick. I use this line:convert *.jpg test.pdf but I'm only able to convert to pdf 1 single jpg file, not multiple files at once. When there's more than one file, I get the following error: Segmentation fault

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Networking :: Want To Play .mp3 Files Over Ssh Connection Using Putty

Apr 4, 2010

I am trying to play my audio files at work from my home computer over ssh. The computer I use at work is windows and so I use Putty to make that connection. However when I mplayer file.mp3, the file starts to play, but I am assuming it's playing on my home, I am wondering, how do I forward the audio to my remote computer?

and no, can't use a CD... I work in a car with no CD player, and the computer is a Panasonic Toughbook with no CD-ROM... options are limited.

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Software :: FLAC Files To Convert Or Not To Convert To CD-DA?

Dec 24, 2010

I have a lot of .flac files downloaded from several sites. Most of them come with a .cue file, and the .jpg with the cover, etc. It seems it is the intention of the uploader that one rebuilds the original CDDA. However, if I had a stand-alone CD/DVD player with flac I would hardly see the point of converting the flac to cdda. Furthermore, I could even play the flacs with a software player although, in this case, the audio quality would not be so good due to the noise picked up by the signal from the PC digital circuits.

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Software :: Convert Dvds To Psp Readable Formats?

Jul 28, 2009

i happen to own a old psp and would like to convert my old dvds to psp formats i have libdvdcss installed on my pc and have tried to use handbvrake but it doesnt work....

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Applications :: Good App To Either Convert The File Easily Into Something Readable

Jan 13, 2010

I have been scouring the internet looking for a good solution to reading .pdb eBooks on Linux.It seems that there isn't one.Could you perhaps recommend a good app to either convert the file easily into something readable or (more preferably) an app that can read them?

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General :: Convert The Core Dump To A Readable Text File?

Nov 12, 2009

i just touch linux, may i know how can i convert the core dump file to a readable textfile, which include all the information, which is in core dump, such as all variables, threads information, call trace for each tasks, and so on. i know use the GDB can view this, but it won't dump all the informations to one text file. but sometimes, people want to view the core dump reason without Linux environment.

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Debian :: Convert A Lot Of .doc Files To .txt?

Jul 25, 2010

I thought this would only merit a google. but all methods seem overtly complicated. I have a bunch of folders filled with .doc files and I need them to convert to plain .txt files. Is there a program I can download from the repositories, or a command I can use to do this?

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OpenSUSE :: Convert Files So That They Can Be Used On DVD

Mar 2, 2010

I am looking to convert files so that they can be used on a DVD. Does anyone know of a good application I can use? which is GUI.

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Ubuntu :: How To Convert AVI Files To DVD

Apr 5, 2010

I need to convert avi files to dvd which1? is there a program called vdvd or something like that?

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General :: How To Convert TGZ To IMG Files

Apr 19, 2010

I have a file (.tgz) which is meant to be simply copied to a floppy disc. I don't have a floppy disc, so I would like to convert the file to a .img file, so that it looks like a floppy disc but is on my hard drive. How do I do this? I have looked quite a lot. Surely there is some application that does it easily. This is for installation of Basic Linux, which comes on two floppy discs with ms-dos file systems.

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Software :: Convert .deb Files To .tar.gz?

Jan 27, 2011

Howto convert debian .deb package to .tar.gz?

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Software :: How To Convert Files To UTF-8

May 11, 2010

I have sites written in Win-1250 alias cp150. I need to convert all files to UTF-8. I know about iconv but I found problem with this tool. When I tried to convert I had to make a copy of the original file. But I have many files in (sub)folders. So If I would want to use iconv instead, I would need to convert all files from *.php to *.tmp and than copy or rename back to *.php. This looks too difficult.ther way how to do it, something intelligent and simple

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Software :: Convert .mov Files To .mp3 Or .mp4?

Apr 9, 2011

How can i convert .mov files to .mp3 or .mp4?

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Fedora :: Can't Convert Rpm Files Using Alien?

Jan 10, 2010

Has anyone found an rpm of awn 0.4 beta or even a deb? (32-bit) Is there any way of taking files from repositories (deb files to be specific) so that I can simply convert them to rpm files using alien?

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Fedora :: Tool To Convert XLS Files Into CSV?

Apr 1, 2010

I wanted to convert some XLS files into CSV format in my Linux box. Could you please tell me is there any command line tool available in Linux. Since i have a requirement for automate this job via a cronjob , so i would be needed a command line tool.

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